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Old 26-04-2015, 05:03 PM
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The more people think it's unbelievable, the more shiok that person must be feeling.
People with high CEP naturally progress faster (in rank + salary) especially if their performance are equally good.
There are also a few such high performers in my division as well.
Only losers remain in denial and refuse to accept other people being better.
Yeah, most people think they are above average, and cannot accept that there are those who progress faster than they do. They are sadly limited by their own narrow view of the world.

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Hi i know this has been answered before but i would like to get some advice. I joined this CS at MX12, on contract basis for a year, subjected to renewal or emplacement to perm scheme after 1yr, thing is i just started work and my colleagues are telling me that no one is irreplacable in the dept and people dont get emplaced to perm status but got their contract renewed for an additional yr instead, some are actually asked to leave (ok only 1 i know). I am wondering does anyone know the percentage of officers converted to perm scheme after a year?

They say it all depends on headcount and sometimes they dont have headcount, previously i was told by Hr normally will get auto emplacement, now i am abit wary...

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Hi i know this has been answered before but i would like to get some advice. I joined this CS at MX12, on contract basis for a year, subjected to renewal or emplacement to perm scheme after 1yr, thing is i just started work and my colleagues are telling me that no one is irreplacable in the dept and people dont get emplaced to perm status but got their contract renewed for an additional yr instead, some are actually asked to leave (ok only 1 i know). I am wondering does anyone know the percentage of officers converted to perm scheme after a year?

They say it all depends on headcount and sometimes they dont have headcount, previously i was told by Hr normally will get auto emplacement, now i am abit wary...
omg u are scaring me, i also same case 1 year contract. hr warn me that grading is on bell curve and around 5%-10% of new hires will not get renewal. the lack of security is bothering me greatly also, although i have yet to start...

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I spoke to my manager with regards to this concern. He told me not to come in with the fixated mindset of not being able to extend or continue with my work here after a year else it will affect my morale and work attitude. I feel kind of disillusioned, i took up this job over other perm jobs because hr says the chances of continuation of 1 yr is high and most pple are placed on perm estab. Now i feel cheated, i guess if u r positive and u do what u shld, u shld b fine.
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I understand even for permanent positions, there would be a 1 year or 2 year contract before being converted to permanent basis.

What about for jobs in stat boards that are advertised as being contract in the first place? Such as having a bracket beside that states (6 months contract) or (11 months contract).

My concern for these type of jobs is the conversion rate. Would majority of these kind of contracts just end and the staff being let go or there is also a good chance of conversion for such short contracts?
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I understand even for permanent positions, there would be a 1 year or 2 year contract before being converted to permanent basis.

What about for jobs in stat boards that are advertised as being contract in the first place? Such as having a bracket beside that states (6 months contract) or (11 months contract).

My concern for these type of jobs is the conversion rate. Would majority of these kind of contracts just end and the staff being let go or there is also a good chance of conversion for such short contracts?
Those are temporary staff, 90% of the time will not be renewed because it is not a permanent headcount. Whether you are put on perm estab depends on ur work performance and very largely whether there is an accountable headcount. Most will be okay. If the team is downsizing u may be asked to leave
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Hi i know this has been answered before but i would like to get some advice. I joined this CS at MX12, on contract basis for a year, subjected to renewal or emplacement to perm scheme after 1yr, thing is i just started work and my colleagues are telling me that no one is irreplacable in the dept and people dont get emplaced to perm status but got their contract renewed for an additional yr instead, some are actually asked to leave (ok only 1 i know). I am wondering does anyone know the percentage of officers converted to perm scheme after a year?

They say it all depends on headcount and sometimes they dont have headcount, previously i was told by Hr normally will get auto emplacement, now i am abit wary...
If you are on a contract that may lead to a permanent position, you are already factored into the headcount. To be emplaced on perm, you need to perform at least up to expectations and fit well into the organisation.
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In a SB doing IT, past degree from UniSIM

Progression:
2015: 5900 (Switched SB)
2014: 5000 (Switched SB)
2013: 4500 (Merit Increment + Market Adjustment)
2012: 3700 (Promoted + Merit Increment)
2011: 3100
2010: 2900
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In a SB doing IT, past degree from UniSIM

Progression:
2015: 5900 (Switched SB)
2014: 5000 (Switched SB)
2013: 4500 (Merit Increment + Market Adjustment)
2012: 3700 (Promoted + Merit Increment)
2011: 3100
2010: 2900
tell us for wat
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7119 is the ceiling of mx11. When you are at the ceiling, it means that you are not eligible for 'merit increment' because you have maxed out the salary range of current grade.

The move from mx11 to mx11a will give you a 250 'promo increment' for moving to a new grade. Therefore 250 divided by 7119 is 3.5%.
Is the promotion from 11 to 11A dependent on salary ceiling? I will be hitting the mx11 ceiling next april - $23 to go. I am worried that i wont get my merit increment if i did not promote to 11A.
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